Why I Will Stop Singing After 5years-DAVIDO

Sunday, May 13, 2018 0

Davido is one of the most Nigerian successful musicians who is already making hits in the music industry and international.

Davido has been the talk of the internet recently foolowing his new single ASSURANCE. He also bought porche worth N45m for his girlfriend chioma, she  also appeared in his recent song video.

During the just concluded headies award he bagged 4 awards
SEE ALSO FULL LIST OF HEADIES 2018 WINNERS
According to naijaloaded in a recent interview, Davido said that he will retire actively from doing music when he turns 30, which is a mere five years away from the present day.
When the interviewer reminded Davido just how successful he become, the singer did not hesitate to state his 5-year plan.
“I am 25 now, and I have a five-year plan. “By the time I am 30, I don’t want to be actively doing music anymore”.

Full list of Headies 2018 Awards Winners

Saturday, May 05, 2018 0
HEADIES AWARD

Today, Saturday, May 5, 2018, Headies 2018 is going down at the Convention Centre, Eko Hotels, and Suites, Lagos .


The headies music awards which is having the  12th edition is holding tonight top Nigerian artists are set to attend while some are expected to perform.

Hosts: Seyi Shay, Bovi
Wizkid and Simi  bags the highest number of awards than others on the night (Headies)

Awards and winner below;

2018 HEADIES WINNERS LIST


BEST RECORDING OF THE YEAR

BUTTERFLIES – OMAWUMI

HALLELUYAH – FUNBI

PONMILE – REMINISCE

HEAVEN – BANKY W

JOROMI – SIMI-winner
BEST POP SINGLE

MAD OVER YOU – RUNTOWN

ALL OVER – TIWA SAVAGE

YEBA – KISS DANIEL

ISKABA – WANDE COAL AND DJ TUNEZ

IF– DAVIDO

FIA – DAVIDO- winner


PRODUCER OF THE YEAR

(FALL, MAMA) – KIDOMINANT-winner

(ISKABA, MALO) – SPELLZ

(IF) – TEKNO

(RARA) – SELEBOBO

(MARADONA, COME CLOSER) – SARZ

(BUTTERFLIES, VIRTUOUS WOMAN)- COBHAMS

(YAWA, AUGMENT) – MASTERKRAFT

BEST REGGAE/DANCEHALL SINGLE

LOVE YOU DIE – PATORANKING FT. DIAMOND PLATNUMZ

DANCE – TIMAYA FT. RUDEBOY

HOLY HOLY – 2BABA-winner

ROCK YOUR BODY – BURNA BOY

COME CLOSER – WIZKID

SOFA – KISS DANIEL

BEST RAP ALBUM

27 – FALZ

TRIP TO THE SOUTH – ERIGGA

EL HADJ – REMINISCE-winner

THE PLAYMAKER – PHYNO

THE GLORY – OLAMIDE

ROSE – AQ

BEST R&B/POP ALBUM

SOUNDS FROM THE OTHER SIDE – WIZKID-winner

TIMELESS – OMAWUMI

SIMISOLA – SIMI

GOLD – ADEKUNLE GOLD

IJELE THE TRAVELLER – FLAVOR

THIS IS ME – NINIOLA

BEST MUSIC VIDEO

MA LO – TIWA SAVAGE FT WIZKID (MEJI ALABI)

FOCUS- HUMBLE SMITH (CLARENCE PETERS)

COME CLOSER – WIZKID (DAPS)-winner

BEEN CALLING – MALEEK BERRY (MEJI ALABI)

YOLO – SEYI SHAY (MEJI ALABI)

LIKE DAT – DAVIDO (DAPS)

BEST R&B SINGLE

FOLASHADE – PRAIZ

LET ME KNOW – MALEEK BERRY

ROMEO & JULIET – JOHHNY DRILLE

LOVE YOU BABY – BANKY W

SMILE FOR ME – SIMI-winner

BEST COLLABO

MA LO – TIWA SAVAGE FT WIZKID-winner

TEMPER REMIX – SKALES FT BURNA BOY

JUICE – YCEE FT MALEEKBERRY

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:

AIR BOY

TENI -winner

JUNIOR BOY

PERUZZI

BEST RAP SINGLE

YOU RAPPERS SHOULD FIX UP YOUR LIVES – MI --winner

SOMETHING LITE – FALZ FT YCEE

LINK UP – PHYNO FT. BURNA BOY, M.I.

UP TO YOU – SHOW DEM CAMP FT FUNBI

ME VERSUS ME – ICE PRINCE

BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE(MALE)

PERFECT WOMAN – FAZE

FOLASHADE – PRAIZ-winner

ROMEO & JULIET – JOHNNY DRILLE

LOVE YOU BABY – BANKY W

BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE (FEMALE)

IN THE AIR – WAJE

GONE FOR GOOD – SIMI

JOWO – ARAMIDE

SARO – NINIOLA

WHERE’S THE LOVE – NIYOLA FT. ADEKUNLE GOLD

BUTTERFLIES – OMAWUMI-winner

NEXT RATED

MALEEK BERRY

MAYORKUN-winner

DICE AILES

JOHNNY DRILLE

ZORO

HIP HOP WORLD REVELATION

NINIOLA

ADEKUNLE GOLD

MR. EAZI

REEKADO BANKS-winner

LYRICIST ON THE ROLL

YOU RAPPERS SHOULD FIX UP YOUR LIVES – MI-winner

POLITICAL SCIENCE – AQ

LIQUOR NIGHT – BOOGEY

INDUSTRY NITE – ERIGGA

BEST STREET-HOP ARTISTE

PENALTY – SMALL DOCTOR-winner

WO – OLAMIDE

SAI BABA – CDQ

SHEPETERI – IDOWEST FT. DAMMY KRANE, SLIM CASE

PASS THE AGBARA – SKUKI

LEGBEGBE – MR REAL FT. IDOWEST, KELVIN CHUKS, OBADICE

BEST ‘ALTERNATIVE’ SONG

MONEY – ADEKUNLE GOLD

RADIO – NONSO AMADI

ROMEO &JULIET – JOHNNY DRILLE

PONMILE – REMINISCE

FUN MI LOWO MI – ARAMIDE FT. SOUND SULTAN &KOKER-winner

LAGOS BARBIE – BANTU

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

SIMISOLA – SIMI-winner

GOLD – ADEKUNLE GOLD

KLITORIS – BRYMO

IJELE THE TRAVELER – FLAVOUR

SOUNDS FROM THE OTHER SIDE – WIZKID

THE PLAYMAKER – PHYNO

ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

DAVIDO-winner

WIZKID

OLAMIDE

SIMI

TIWA SAVAGE

SONG OF THE YEAR

PENALTY – SMALL DOCTOR

WO – OLAMIDE

IF- DAVIDO-winner

YEBA – KISS DANIEL

MAD OVER YOU – RUNTOWN

FIA – DAVIDO

AFRICAN ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

SARKODIE

CASPER NYOVEST

NASTY C-winner

SAUTI SOL

VANESSA MDEE

HEADIES’ VIEWER’S CHOICE

COME CLOSER- WIZKID-winner

IF- DAVIDO

WO -OLAMIDE

MAD OVER YOU – RUNTOWN

YEBA- KISS DANIEL

YAWA -TEKNO

INDUSTRY BRAND SUPPORTER

MTN

PEPSI

GLO

HENNESSY

FIRS

NIGERIA BREWERIES

LAGOS STATE

BEST PERFORMER

FLAVOUR

FALZ

M.I.

2BABA

YEMI ALADE-winner

TIWA SAVAGE



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SPEECH BY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI DURING THE WORKING LUNCH ON HIS VIST TO THE UNITED STATES

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SPEECH BY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI DURING THE WORKING LUNCH ON HIS VIST TO THE UNITED STATES

30TH APRIL, 2018

Mr. President,
Senior Government officials,

I have just had excellent discussions with President Trump and I would like to reiterate my immense gratitude to you, Mr. President for your kind invitation and the very warm and generous hospitality extended to me and my delegation since our arrival in the United States;

2. We greatly appreciate the importance your administration attaches to a strong relationship with Nigeria. The United States remains for us a valued friend and strategic partner, whose support and solidarity over the years has meant a great deal to us. Our government’s three main priority areas are:
a) Security
b) Anti-corruption and good governance
c) Economic growth and job creation

3. We congratulate you, Mr. President on the statesmanly role you have played in so dramatically transforming the course of events in the Korean Peninsula to make the denuclearization of the region a real possibility.

4. On security, please accept our sincere congratulations on the important role played by the US in the defeat of ISIS, although some of the remnants have found their way to the Sahel region. We are very grateful for the strong US support in our fight against terrorism. We also appreciate very much your agreement to sell twelve Super Tucano A-29 war planes and weapons to Nigeria to effectively fight terrorism.

5. To contain the spate of insurgency in Nigeria, the Federal government has adopted a multi-sectoral approach, involving relevant government agencies to address the socio-economic and political dimensions while the Armed Forces of Nigeria assist the civil authorities to provide security and maintain law and order.

6. As part of efforts to address emerging cases of insurgency in the country, the Nigerian Military adopted a non-kinetic counter terrorism/counter insurgency approach code-named “Operation safe corridor”, to de-radicalize, re-habilitate, and re-integrate willingly surrendered Boko-Haram members into the larger society.

7. This programme is currently embarking on a number of projects including: skill acquisition centers and integrated farms; comprising poultry, fishpond and greenhouse farming, among others.

8. A number of international partners, including the International Organization for Migration have contributed to the success of Operation Safe Corridor. We will also appreciate whatever support we could also get from the US.

9. We are extremely grateful for your government’s support in the reconstruction and rehabilitation efforts in the North East of Nigeria, as well as humanitarian assistance to the Internally Displaced Persons, through agencies such as the United States Agency for International Development and other international partners.

10. The USA has been to date the biggest contributor to the humanitarian response and last year gave approximately 500 million US Dollars in cash and in-kind contributions through the United Nations and other inter-governmental organizations. These have mainly supported protection activities, namely health, food assistance and shelter.

11. We are doing all we can to secure the release of the remaining abducted schoolgirls from Dapchi and Chibok. In this context, we will continue to welcome US collaboration in intelligence gathering, hostage negotiations and information-sharing.

12. The government is taking necessary steps to promote the peaceful co-existence of herdsmen and farmers, by focusing on boosting security and enforcing legislation that will guarantee herders and farmers’ access to land, reducing strife and promoting harmonizing economic activities.

13. I wish to extend sincere congratulations to you and your government on the impressive performance of the US economy under your watch.

14. Our aim is to diversify our economy by focusing on agriculture and food security; power and infrastructure. We have cut the importation of rice by about 90% thereby saving a significant amount of money. We very much welcome increased US investment in the Nigerian economy, especially in the non-oil sector.

15. Economic relations between Nigeria and the United States are anchored on three major instruments, namely: the Bi-National Commission, Trade and Investment Framework Agreement and the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act.

16. The Bi-National Commission in particular, comprising bilateral political, economic, developmental and humanitarian partnership, is a basic economic framework for engagement between our two countries.

17. Nigeria’s trade volume with the United States stood at six point zero-seven billion United States Dollars according to 2016 statistics and comprised four point one-seven-six billion united States dollars worth of Nigerian exports to the US and one point eight-nine-four billion United States Dollars US exports to Nigeria. We should work to increase these figures substantially and to make balance of trade more even.

18. We thank your government very much for the cooperation we have received in our effort to recover stolen funds. Our two governments have put the machinery in place for their respective Attorneys-General to collaborate in ensuring the return to Nigeria of over five hundred million United States Dollars ($500) of looted funds siphoned away in banks around the world.

19. In this connection, we congratulate the US government on launching a Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative, which was spearheaded by the US Department of Justice Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering. We hope that we can continue to count on your support in our efforts to recover our money.

20. The Government of Nigeria remains deeply committed to the principles of human rights as well as the promotion and protection of people’s freedom, even in the process of fighting terror. We will ensure that all documented cases of human rights abuses are investigated and those responsible for violations held accountable for their actions.

21. In addition, the Executive Secretary of the National Human Rights Commission of Nigeria inaugurated the Nigerian Military Human Rights Dialogue in August 2015 to provide the Nigerian Military and Para-Military with necessary tools to integrate human rights practices into their code, education systems, field training and disciplinary systems.

22. To this end, the victims of a criminal law enforcement operation that occurred in 2013 (otherwise known as Apo-six) were compensated in April this year based on the findings of the National Human Rights Commission. Two of the police officers responsible were convicted for culpable homicide arising from the extra-judicial killings.

23. Mr. President, this is the first time in the history of Nigeria that the Federal Government compensated the victims of extra-judicial killings. It also provides a sustainable platform for local and international human rights organizations to constructively engage the Nigerian security forces on human rights concerns. We also look to share best practices in this area with the United States.

24. I thank you, Mr. President, again for hosting us and for your constructive response to our shaped problems. I hope you make Nigeria the first port of call whenever you visit African continent.

READ THE PRESS STATEMENT BY MR. PRESIDENT AT THE PRESS CONFERENCE IN THE WHITE HOUSE ROSE GARDEN, DURING HIS VIST TO THE UNITED STATES TODAY,

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PRESS STATEMENT BY MR. PRESIDENT AT THE PRESS CONFERENCE IN THE WHITE HOUSE ROSE GARDEN, DURING HIS VIST TO THE UNITED STATES.

30TH APRIL, 2018

Good day, Ladies and Gentlemen of the media.
It has been a pleasure and honour to visit Washington DC at the kind invitation of President Donald Trump.
Nigeria and the United States share a long history of close and cordial relations, which encompass political, economic, military, social and cultural cooperation. Our two countries maintain a strategic partnership for peace and security, conflict resolution as well as the global fight against terrorism.

We also share common features as secular federal states, practicing a similar democratic model of governance and committed to the universal values of fundamental human rights and freedoms, free enterprise, social justice and the rule of law.

President Trump and his team and myself and the Nigerian team discussed issues related to security, trade, governance, human rights and humanitarian crises.

SECURITY

We congratulated the leaders of North and South Korea on their historic summit and we applaud them for the positive commitment they have made towards the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. President Trump deserves a great deal of credit for his statesmanly role in transforming so dramatically the course of events in that region.

We also congratulated the US government on the important role it played in the defeat of ISIS, although some of the remnants have found their way to the Sahel region. We recognized the strong US support in our fight against terrorism and also appreciated very much the US’ agreement to sell twelve Super Tucano A-29 war planes and weapons to Nigeria to effectively fight terrorism.

To contain the spate of insurgency in Nigeria, the Federal government has adopted a multi-sectoral approach, involving relevant government agencies to address the socio-economic and political dimensions while the Armed Forces of Nigeria assist the civil authority to provide security and maintain law and order.

As part of efforts to address emerging cases of insurgency in the country, the Nigerian Military adopted a non-kinetic counter terrorism/counter insurgency approach code-named “Operation safe corridor”, to de-radicalize, re-habilitate, and re-integrate willingly surrendered Boko-Haram members into the larger society. This programme is currently embarking on a number of projects including: skill acquisition centers and integrated farms; comprising poultry, fish pond and greenhouse farming, among others. A number of international partners, including the International Organization for Migration have contributed to the success of Operation Safe Corridor. We indicated that we would appreciate whatever support we could also get from the US.

We expressed gratitude for US support in the reconstruction and rehabilitation efforts in the North East of Nigeria, as well as humanitarian assistance to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), through agencies such as the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other international partners. The USA has been to date the biggest contributor to the humanitarian response and last year gave approximately 500 million US Dollars in cash and in-kind contributions through the United Nations and other inter-governmental organizations. These have mainly supported protection activities, health, food assistance and shelter.

We are doing all we can to secure the release of the remaining abducted school girls from Dapchi and Chibok. In this context, we will continue to welcome US collaboration in intelligence gathering, hostage negotiations and information-sharing.

VIOLENCE BETWEEN HERDSMEN AND FARMERS

The government is taking necessary steps to promote the peaceful co-existence of herdsmen and farmers, by focusing on boosting security and enforcing legislation that will guarantee herders and farmers access to land;

TRADE AND INVESTMENT

I extended sincere congratulations to President Trump and his government on the impressive performance of the US economy under their watch.

Our aim is to diversify our own economy by focusing on agriculture and food security; power and infrastructure. We have cut the importation of rice by about 90% thereby saving a significant amount of money. We very much welcomed increased US investment in the Nigerian economy, especially in the non-oil sector.

Economic relations between Nigeria and the United States are anchored on three major instruments, namely: the Bi-National Commission (BNC), Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) and the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). The Bi-National Commission in particular, comprising bilateral political, economic, developmental and humanitarian partnership, is a basic economic framework for engagement between our two countries.

Nigeria’s trade volume with the United States stood at $6.07 billion according to 2016 statistics and comprised $4.176 billion worth of Nigerian exports to the US and $1.894 billion US exports to Nigeria. We urged greater effort to increase these figures substantially.

GOVERNANCE AND ANTI-CORRUPTION

We thanked the US government very much for the cooperation we have received in our effort to recover stolen funds. Our two governments have put the machinery in place for their respective Attorneys-General to collaborate in ensuring the return to Nigeria of over five hundred million United States Dollars ($500) of looted funds siphoned away in banks around the world. In this connection, we congratulated the US government on launching a Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative which was spearheaded by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering. We hoped that we could continue to count on US support in this area.

HUMAN RIGHTS

The Government of Nigeria remains deeply committed to the principles of human rights as well as the promotion and protection of people’s freedom, even in the process of fighting terror. We commit to ensure that all documented cases of human rights abuses are investigated and those responsible for violations held accountable for their actions.

MIRACLE!!! Man survives Without even a scratch after a petrol tanker falls on his car

Wednesday, September 06, 2017 1



The man pictured above Came out of the car after after a petrol tanker falls on his car.

The accident Which happened along the Onitsha-Enugu expressway, may people will not believe this unless they witness it with their own eye, the man came out alive without even having a scratch on his body

THE LORD IS STILL DOING WONDERS




BIAFRA: Nnamdi Kanu, under surveillance By Nigerian police Force to prevent him from LEAVING THE COUNTRY once his bail condition gets revoked

Saturday, September 02, 2017 1





It has reportedly that The Nigerian Police Force placed Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB, under surveillance.

From the reports made, this is to prevent him from fleeing the country, thereby stopping his re-arrest immediatly the Federal High Court in Abuja grants the Federal government's the right to revoke his bail.

Lets recall that the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, last week, wrote an application to the court asking for Kanu's bail to be revoked. The federal government in the application said the secessionist group leader has repeatedly flouted his bail conditions.

Kanu in his reaction has said that anyone who plans to rearrest him will die while trying to.

However, the police seem to be undeterred by his threats as they have reportedly placed him under surveillance to prevent him from fleeing the country once his bail is revoked.

The police has also reportedly increased the number of its officers in the South East and South South regions. The move is to help prevent any breakdown of law and order following IPOB's threat to disrupt the Anambra state November 18th governorship election if they don't get a referendum for the creation of Biafra.

Among the police officers that have been increased in the South South and South East are those in the Counter-Terrorism unit, the Intelligence unit and the conventional policemen.



source: lindaikejiblog

Viewer Description Advised!!!!: Boy Crushed Down By Trailer In Aba

Saturday, September 02, 2017 0
A young boy was crushed to death by a trailer in Aba,
A young boy was crushed to death by a trailer in Aba,


A young boy was crushed to death by a trailer in Aba, Abia state. The trailer which was said to have been driven by a Hausa man, crushed the boy and left his vehicle and ran away after the accident.

Photos from the scene of the accident showing the boy who was crushed and his head smashed open still laying dead at the scene.

A young boy was crushed to death by a trailer in Aba,
A young boy was crushed to death by a trailer in Aba,

A young boy was crushed to death by a trailer in Aba,
A young boy was crushed to death by a trailer in Aba,


A young boy was crushed to death by a trailer in Aba,
A young boy was crushed to death by a trailer in Aba,


At the moment of the accident, security operatives have secured the trailer and are on ground to prevent chaos as there were reports that the incident caused tension in the area as residents are looking for the driver to "mete justice" on him.


source: lindaikejiblog

Just In Abia: police arrested two suspected battery theives

Saturday, September 02, 2017 1



Two suspected robbers who specialised in stealing batteries from parked vehicles has be arrested by The Abia State Police Command.

The police Operatives attached to Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (F-SARS) Obehie while on patrol along Aba/Port-Harcourt Expressway on August 20, arrested the suspects, Agu Sunday and Chinagorom Nwaogwugwu both which is from Obigbor village Asa, Ukwa-West in possession of three trailer batteries of 200AMPS each, battery wire and charger.

It was reported that the items were stolen from Obimobio Nigeria Limited Obuaku City Aba/Port-Harcourt Express way. The two suspects confessed to the crime and the items were recovered from them and taken to he rightful owners.

Passionate Picture of A mother who drowned to save her 3years old daughter in The Recent Hurricane Harvey

Thursday, August 31, 2017 0


A mother who drowned during floods in Texas has been identified as Collette Sulcer.

The 41-year-old mother who was swept away by the strong currents in the Texas floods while trying to take her daughter Jordyn to safety.
Rescuers found little Jordyn alive, clinging to her mother's lifeless body.
According to reports, the tragedy happened when the 41-year-old got stuck in Beaumont as she tried to flee rising waters in her car caused by Tropical Storm Harvey.





The Police said Collette tried imminently to keep her daughter’s head above water. When she was found half a mile away from the scene, Jordyn was still clinging to her mother's floating body.

Carol Riley, a spokesperson for the Beaumont Police Department, said she ‘absolutely saved the child’s life’.

She said: ‘They were in the water for quite some time. The mother did the best she could to keep her child up over the water.

The baby also had a backpack that was helping her float on her back and she was holding on to her mom.’

Officials have confirmed the death toll from Harvey has risen to 31, including six family members – four of them children – whose bodies were pulled on Wednesday from a van that had been swept off a Houston bridge into a bayou.

source: lindaikeji

Hushpuppi blasts IG user who slid into his DM to advise him on his love for designer brands

Thursday, August 31, 2017 0
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Malaysian based Nigerian big boy, Ray Hushpuppi took a swipe at a female IG user who decided to advise him through his instagram dm.

The lady sent him a photo of Warren Buffet and Bill Gate with the caption '162 billion in one photo and not a Gucci belt in sight" telling him that it is the look of real money and class.

Hushpuppi wasted not his time in dragging her and even shared some screenshots.

See that below.

hushpuppi dm scrennshot
hushpuppi dm screenshot

hushpuppi dm scrennshot
hushpuppi dm scrennshot